Determinant of square matrix, Mathematics

What is the determinant of a square matrix?

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The determinant of a square matrix det (A) or A is a number associated to such matrix. If the determinant of a matrix is equal to zero then the matrix is called singular matrix or else it is called non-singular matrix.  A non-square matrix''s determinant is not defined.

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